VINCENNES, Ind. (WTHI) - One of Vincennes' biggest gathering locations has undergone some changes.
It's all in an effort to improve the quality of a popular community space.
The Fortnightly Building has some newly restored flooring.
For two weeks, the building was shut down while crews tore up the carpet and restored the original wood flooring.
Also, in that time frame, the library has installed a new speaker system donated by the Rotary Club.
There are still a few small parts of the project to be completed, including trimming around the flooring.
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